Reejig, a Sydney, Australia-based workforce intelligence platform that uses audited ethical AI to allow enterprise businesses to make smart and informed decisions around talent, has raised $6 million in a Series A.
The round was led by Kim Jackson’s Skip Capital, with participation from Airtree Ventures, Culture Amp’s Didier Elzinga, and his opera singer wife, Greta Bradman; as well as existing backer Right Click Capital.
This funding will bolster its continued success in expanding into new markets and support the rapid growth of the business.
Company: Reejig Pty Ltd
Round: Series A
Funding Month: October 2021
Lead Investors: Kim Jackson’s Skip Capital
Additional Investors: Airtree Ventures, Didier Elzinga, Greta Bradman, and Right Click Capital
Company Website: https://reejig.com/
Software Category: Workforce intelligence platform
About the Company: Reejig launched in 2019 and uses AI to give management an overview of the skills base within a company’s workforce, also benchmarking it aggregating data from the existing enterprise HR system. Reejig is a workforce intelligence platform powered by the world's first independently audited Ethical Talent AI. Reejig is trusted and used by some of the largest and most complex organizations including Woolworths, KPMG, NSW Government, John Holland, MYOB, and UTS.